Austria
 

Language Name     
Country
Code
Alternate Language Names

 

Croatian

Austria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Hungary, Italy, Montenegro, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia

hrv
Burgenland Croatian, Hrvatski, Serbo-Croatian, Serbian, Chakavski, Kaykavski, Shtokavski, Ijekavski

 

Czech

Austria, Croatia, Croatia, Czech Republic, Romania, Ukraine

ces
Bohemian, Cestina, Central Bohemian, Czecho-Moravian, Hanak, Lach, Northeast Bohemian, Southwest Bohemian, Yalach, Čeština, Český jazyk, Češki, Cehă, Texas Czech

 

 

Hungarian

Austria, Croatia, Croatia, Hungary, Israel, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Ukraine

hun
Magyar, Oberwart, Ungarisch, Madžarski, Central Transdanubian, Northeastern Hungarian, Palóc, Southern Great Plains, Southern Transdanubian, Tisza–Körös, Western Transdanubian, Csángó, Mezoségi, Székely, Maghiar, Mađarski, Maďarský, Uhorsʹkyy

 

Romani, Sinti

Austria, Croatia, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Italy, Kazakhstan, Netherlands, Poland, Serbia, Slovenia, Switzerland

rmo
Romani, Sinte, Manuš, Romanes, Sinte, Sinti, Sintitikes, Lallere, Tsigane, Eftawagaria, Estracharia, Gadschkene, Kranaria, Krantiki, Praistiki, Sinto-Manush, Zigeuner, Manouche, Manuche, Manush, Piedmont Sintí, Slovenian-Croatian, Venetian Sinti, Piedmontese Sinti, Abbruzzesi, Serbian Romani, Slovenian-Croatian Romani, Sasítka Romá

 

Slovak

Austria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Hungary, Montenegro, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Ukraine

slk
Slovenčina, Slovenský Jazyk, Slovakian

 

Slovenian

Austria, Croatia, Hungary, Italy, Slovenia

slv
Slovene, Slovenščina, Slovenski jezik, Prekmurski, Cividale, Primorski, Resia, Lower Carniola, Stajerski, Upper Carniola


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